— Marcel Gehlen (@Marcel_Gehlen) December 30, 2016
Being proud of 100% test coverage is like being proud of reading every word in the newspaper. Some are more important than others.
— Kent Beck (@KentBeck) December 24, 2016
Can't believe I just had to defend the use of code reviews. I need a drink!
— Angie Jones (@techgirl1908) December 22, 2016
— Jared Spool (@jmspool) December 17, 2016
There is now a Cambridge Ministry of Testing Meetup Group – https://t.co/wDO9iNKDHm
— Ministry of Testing (@ministryoftest) December 15, 2016
The answer to, "What idiot did this!?" is almost always, "A smart, well-intentioned person making tradeoffs you hadn't even considered."
— Jason Specland (@jayspectech) December 14, 2016
"Hm, worked in tests when I poured water directly into drain" pic.twitter.com/Xn0X6k704d
— Bronikowski (˙ ͜ʟ˙) (@emilbronikowski) December 13, 2016
— Ministry of Testing (@ministryoftest) December 12, 2016
– Knock Knock!!!!
– Race Condition!!!
– Who's there?
— Codealike (@Codealike) December 5, 2016
I don't want to be involved in any approach to agile software development that doesn't start with respect for people.
— Chris Ford (@ctford) December 3, 2016
Taxi driver told me this morning that it's music to his ears to hear two ladies talk about IT on the backseat. 😂
— Helena Jeret-Mäe (@HelenaJ_M) November 23, 2016
— well craftsmanlike (@infinitary) November 17, 2016
Picard management tip: Intuition is valuable, but it's not a substitute for facts.
— Picard Tips (@PicardTips) November 12, 2016
— Abby Bangser (@a_bangser) November 10, 2016
I'm starting to think the disruption of constant agile meetings, demos, retros, reviews, planning is really detrimental to project progress.
— Bart Read (@bart_read) November 10, 2016
— James Thomas (@qahiccupps) November 6, 2016
— Dan Billing (@TheTestDoctor) November 4, 2016
FUN FACT: "Internet of Things" is the colloquial short form of the longer term "Internet of Things that should not be on the Internet".
— Fabian Giesen (@rygorous) October 30, 2016
— James Thomas (@qahiccupps) October 29, 2016
What doesn't kill you makes me stronger. Because I'm fully capable of learning from the mistakes and misfortunes of others.
— The Director (@QAHatesYou) October 30, 2016
Picard management tip: Even without game-changing results, experimentation is time well spent.
— Picard Tips (@PicardTips) October 22, 2016
I love how #TestBash hasn't even properly begun yet already I have a warm fuzzy feeling of being reunited with my tribe 🤗
— Neil Studd (@neilstudd) October 20, 2016
— Rosie Sherry (@rosiesherry) October 20, 2016
“Names are deeply meaningful to your brain, and misleading names add chaos to your code.” – The Pragmatic Programmer 📖
— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) October 18, 2016
Do you spend much time on personal projects or self-development? If you do, what are you learning about? #testing
— Simon Knight (@sjpknight) October 7, 2016